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You can find a wealth of places to visit when planning your itinerary for flights Perth to Karratha, and the surrounding areas are brimming with nature walks, historical landmarks, museums and more.
The small city of Roebourne is located 30 kilometres east of Karratha and can be an interesting area to visit for travellers booking Perth to Karratha flights. Here, you can hike the five-kilometre Roebourne Heritage Trail and discover the history of 18 of the most significant buildings from early settlers and Aboriginal people. Historians may also find the Roebourne Gaol Museum of interest. This octagonal building was designed so that one guard could oversee four wings of the gaol at a time. Tour the building to learn what life was like for prisoners and hear tales of those who escaped.
Dampier is a booming city just 20 kilometres west of Karratha. It is home to the ‘Red Dog’ trail and Murujuga National Park. If you’re planning a day cruise to the stunning Dampier Archipelago while holidaying on cheap flights Perth to Karratha, you’ll most likely depart from Dampier Port. You can also book a Pilbara Iron Port facility tour after confirming plane tickets to Karratha from Perth to learn more about iron ore mining and its significance to Western Australia.
The historic town of Cossack features bluestone buildings and a beautiful shoreline stretch along Settlers Beach. Anyone booking Perth to Karratha return flights can dive deeper into WA’s history on the five-kilometre Cossack Heritage Trail, or begin their Pilbara adventure from the mouth of the Harding River.
Wickham is a popular area for travellers looking for great fishing spots or beautiful beaches. Visitors hoping to sneak in a few water adventures with their flights Perth to Karratha will find the waters of Boat Beach perfect for snorkelling and swimming.
Families, solo travellers, and couples booking Perth to Karratha flights can enjoy strolling along the gorgeous shores of Johns Creek and Honeymoon Cove, located in Point Samson. You can also find a host of historical buildings, fishing spots, and snorkelling and diving spots throughout the peninsula.
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Capture the beauty of the Burrup Peninsula and Dampier Archipelago from above when you book a helicopter tour for while you’re holidaying on cheap flights to Karratha from Perth. Many tours depart from Karratha Airport (KTA) and offer travellers up to an hour’s worth of aerial views of the region’s colourful coastline. Divers planning flights Perth to Karratha can discover a wealth of underwater treasures around the Dampier Archipelago and Point Samson Peninsula. You can hire gear while in Karratha or book an excursion through a local operator. Take a more insightful walk into the region’s history when you add a Murujuga Rock Art and Cultural Experience to your holiday with flights Perth to Karratha. Head to the park’s Ngajarli (Deep) Gorge to see the incredible rock art (Ngajarli Petroglyphs). If you’re travelling between March through October, head to Dampier, Cossack, or Point Samson at night to witness the ‘Staircase to the Moon.’ This natural phenomenon happens when a full moon rises over the exposed mudflats at low tide, creating the illusion of a ‘staircase’ to the moon. Families planning cheap flights to Karratha from Perth can follow The Roaming with Red Dog Trail. You can pick up a map in Dampier and follow the path of the legendary local kelpie, which includes a beachfront walk to 'The Palms' and 'The Dunes' sites. Take a break from the desert-like landscape with a day trip to Millstream Chichester National Park. Take in the stunning views of the mountains, cool off in the spring-fed pools, enjoy a bush walk along the well-formed paths, or kayak along the flowing rivers throughout the park.
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The region’s dry season is the most popular time to travel on Perth to Karratha flights. Daytime temperatures in the North West of Western Australia can range between 20° to 30°C, meaning ideal conditions for outdoor activities. While the winter days may be warm, travellers departing on cheap flights Perth to Karratha may want to bring a light sweater to shield them from cool coastal breezes in the evenings. Summertime travellers booking tickets to Karratha from Perth will most likely experience hot, humid days with mild night time temperatures. The November through April wet season in Karratha usually experiences short bouts of torrential rain in the late afternoons and evenings. Anyone travelling on Perth to Karratha return flights in wet season will need to keep in mind that tropical cyclones may occur in the region at this time.